Generation A by Douglas Coupland

By Douglas Coupland

New release A is the 13th novel from Canadian novelist Douglas Coupland. It occurs in a close to destiny, in an international within which bees became extinct. the radical is advised with a shifting-frame narrative standpoint, moving among the novel's 5 major protagonists. the radical mirrors the fashion of Coupland's first novel, new release X: stories for an sped up tradition, that's additionally a framed narrative. On September 30, 2009, new release A was once introduced as a finalist for The Rogers Writers' belief Fiction Prize by way of The Writer's belief of Canada.

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